The UCLA softball team showcased its power and depth as the No. 4 Bruins (10-1) humbled their competition at the Stacy Winsberg Memorial Tournament hosted at Easton Stadium.

After demolishing UC Santa Barbara 14-0 and 11-1 Wednesday, the Bruins started off the weekend with three more mercy-rule victories against Cal State Northridge, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and UC Davis, setting a school record with five straight mercy-rule wins.

Junior pitcher Donna Kerr (5-0) carried the momentum from Wednesday’s victories by striking out 11 en route to one-hitting Cal State Northridge (1-9) in UCLA’s first home game. Kerr conceded three walks and hit two batters but struck out the side in the third and the fifth

“My team played great defense behind me, and my pitches were working well this weekend so everything kind of came together,” Kerr said.

Against Cal Poly SLO (2-1), sophomore transfer Aleah Macon (2-0) pitched five shutout innings, and senior Megan Langenfeld hit a grand slam. Langenfeld leads the team in batting average (.586) as well as earned run average (0.27). The Bruins brought out the mercy rule after back-to-back homers by sophomore outfielder Samantha Camuso and senior infielder Julie Burney in the fifth.

The Bruins showcased their depth, playing three pitchers in the 10 innings they played against Cal Poly SLO and CSUN. Throughout the entire weekend, the Bruins experimented with four pitchers, and with junior Whitney Baker coming back from injury, the bullpen should be stacked with even more talent.